Lost Or Destroyed Records
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Researching ancestors who lived in a burned county or in a state/county where records simply do not survive is problematic for you the researcher. The good news? You do have research options!
Take a moment and enjoy these blog posts on researching around lost records already on the blog:
Lost or Destroyed Records?
Researching ancestors who live in counties where records did not survive is particularly challenging. Genealogy researchers do have options when it comes to finding their ancestors. Explore your research options in these popular posts.
Tips for researching genealogy and finding your ancestors when the courthouse burned.
We often experience frustration when our genealogy research stalls at the 1890 census. We must use other "out of the box" strategies to successfully find our ancestors in 1890.
Help for finding your ancestors in the absence of the 1890 census records.
Is your genealogy research stalled with the loss of the 1890 census record? Explore the fragments of the census records that did survive!
Happy Ancestor Hunting!